Future versions of Google ChromeWill support lazy loading, A mechanism for delaying the loading of images and iframes. This feature will first be available to Chrome for Android, and Google does not exclude the ability to provide this functionality to desktop users if the test is scheduled to run.
This feature, known as Blink LazyLoad, will implement a lazy loading mechanism within the browser. By default, the browser will load the entire web page. If the page is relatively large, loading time will be extended. After enabling lazy loading, Google engineers reported a 18% -35% increase in page load times, and the Chrome team has notified other browser developers about its plans, but no single one has yet been designed to do the same thing.